Korean Air picks IBS iCargo

Aviation IT specialist IBS Software is to manage Korean Air’s cargo system under a seven-year contract signed today.
The deal includes implementation of IBS’s iCargo cargo management solution – replacing the airline’s existing systems.
Cho WonTae, president of Korean Air, said: "By selecting iCargo as our technology platform, we expect to better respond to the demands of the fast changing logistics environment and improve the value we offer to our customers."
The iCargo system combines reservation, sales, terminal operations management and revenue accounting into a single integrated platform. It will enable Korean Air to upgrade its capabilities in various areas, such as revenue and yield management, product management, and real-time shipment monitoring and control, helping to improve efficiency.
According to V K Mathews, executive chairman, The IBS Group, the partnership with Korean Air is “testimony to our commitment to the Korean market and signals our growing foot-print in Asia Pacific”.

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